2 Corinthians 5:17
Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!

About Us

aw4053tnMy wife and I would like to invite all those who want to get away from their busy lives in a not so crowded campground, to stay and relax with us. We are surrounded by 28 acres for people to enjoy nature and the wonderful mountain views and tranquil sunsets that we so often see. We are located a few minutes from Wellington State Park on Newfound Lake, (one of the clearest and cleanest  lakes in New Hampshire).The State Park is open from dawn to dusk with a small fee for swimming, picnicking, boating and fishing. For day trips, there is an abundance of recreation and activities around the area. Night time skies up here are spectacular to view for shooting stars streaking across the sky, or catching a glimpse of the Space Station or a satellite just passing by. During the day stay at the campground and sleep in, hike, bird watch ,read a good book, lay out in the sun or go fishing  in our pond. Recreation and attractions of all sorts are just a short distance away. At night gather around our central fire pit and roast some marshmallows or a few hot dogs while enjoying good company with other campers in conversations and laughs or maybe a song for the evening. This is the place to get away from it all!. So make a reservation today to camp with us, stay awhile and make new friends!

Directions

 Directions from Boston

  • Take Interstate 93 North to Route 104 West (Exit 23 New Hampton, NH)
  • Take Route 104 West about 6 miles to Route 3A north in Bristol
  • Take 3A North towards Plymouth for 2.1 miles
  • Turn left on West Shore Rd at blinking yellow light.
  • Proceed 1.9 miles and and then go straight on Cardigan Mountain Rd (were West Shore Rd turns right)
  • Go 1 mile on Cardigan Mtn Rd, stay right on Fowler River rd for 0.7 mile
  • Then turn right onto Verrill Rd( turns to dirt road) follow for 1 mile to end
  • Turn left on Perkins Hill Rd for 1.2 miles to campground.
  • All vehicles traveling back down hill should move over and stop for vehicles coming up, as a courtesy.

GPS Coordinates: Latitude 43° 39′ 20.65N – Longitude 71° 49′ 4.19W
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